Top 5 Reasons to Live at Georgina Heights
1. Family Friendly - The town of Georgina is the perfect place for families to settle down and raise a family. This community is still centrally located to York Region but allows homebuyers to raise their children with more space and at a lower price point than the GTA. The area surrounding Georgina Heights is home to several educational institutions, offering quality education to all ages. CondoNow notes that residents will also have access to plenty of recreational and extracurricular activities, helping to keep the whole family active.
2. The Beach - Georgina Heights is located along the shores of Cook’s Bay, giving residents access to freshwater beaches, lush parks, natural green spaces, plenty of water-related activities, and waterfront trails to enjoy. CondoNow states that nearby green spaces include Craigmwar Beach, Whipper Watson Beach, and Keswick North Conservation Area.
3. Lifestyle Amenities - The area surrounding Georgina Heights offers residents plenty of lifestyle amenities and daily necessities including independent vendors and Big Box retailers. CondoNow indicates that Newmarket is just a short drive away, offering a larger variety of big-city amenities including dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
4. Highway Access - Residents of Georgina Heights will have easy access to Highway 404, which will allow them to travel quickly South towards the GTA and Toronto. Connections to other central Ontario Highways including the 407, 401, and Highway 7 are seamless. CondoNow acknowledges that motorists can take Highway 404 all the way to the Don Valley Parkway and arrive in downtown Toronto in just under 50 minutes.
5. Transit Options - York Region Transit is easily accessible to residents of Georgina Heights with bus routes available within walking distance of home. Riders will be transported into Newmarket where they can transfer to other York Region routes, VIVA, and GO Transit routes. CondoNow notes that riders can quickly access Union Station in downtown Toronto by taking the GO Train from Newmarket station.